In football there are certain stereotypes: Be strong, hard-headed (literally), masculine and show no weaknesses. But we have seen moving times that even professional players have broken down in tears. Now we’ve found a video of 11-year-old Tryzdin Grubbs from Ohio, who proves that wearing a jersey doesn’t mean he can’t get emotional. But he shows his in a unique way: through singing.
Surrounded by family and friends, he begins to break out into song. But as he belts out the gut-wrenching Adele track, “Hello,” they cannot hold back tears. Luckily for us, his mother captured the whole moment on video and shared it with the world.
Adele’s hit song “Hello” has been covered by thousands around the web over the past year… and Tryzdin, without a doubt, has one of the best renditions out there. Which is quite a feat for an 11-year-old.
But his voice became even more incredible after his mother shared his rocky start in life.
“Tryzdin is 11-years-old and born prematurely, he was not expected to make it home from the hospital due to complications including premature lungs.
He fought through adversity and just wants to make people happy with his gift.
His top priority once he “makes it big” is to take care of the homeless and children in foster care. His heart is as big as his voice and should be shared.”
It just goes to show that no matter what size you are, what you look like or how old you are, a person can be full of surprises.
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